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PZA/Palavanthangal (4 PFs)
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Station Rd, Kannan Colony, Pazavanthangal, Chennai, Pin- 600114
State: Tamil Nadu

Elevation: 14 m above sea level
Zone: SR/Southern   Division: MGR Chennai

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Oct 25 2021 (20:29) 23 ട്രെയിനുകളിൽ ‌സെക്കൻഡ് ക്ലാസിന് റിസർവേഷൻ ഒഴിവാക്കും (www.manoramaonline.com)
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യാത്രക്കാരുടെ ശ്രദ്ധയ്ക്ക്; 23 ട്രെയിനുകളിൽ ‌സെക്കൻഡ് ക്ലാസിന് റിസർവേഷൻ ഒഴിവാക്കും
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ചെന്നൈ ∙ ദക്ഷിണ റെയിൽവേയ്ക്കു കീഴിലുള്ള 23 സ്പെഷൽ ട്രെയിനുകളിൽ നവംബർ ഒന്നുമുതൽ സെക്കൻഡ് ക്ലാസിൽ റിസർവേഷനില്ലാതെ യാത്ര ചെയ്യാം. പൊതുജന അഭിപ്രായത്തെ തുടർന്നാണു തീരുമാനമെന്നു റെയിൽവേ ബോർഡ് അറിയിച്ചു. സ്പെഷൽ ട്രെയിനുകളിലെ അൺറിസർവ്ഡ് കോച്ചുകളുടെ വിശദാംശങ്ങൾ (ട്രെയിൻ നമ്പർ, ട്രെയിൻ, റിസർവേഷൻ ഒഴിവാക്കുന്ന സെക്കൻ‍് ക്ലാസ് കോച്ചുകൾ എന്ന ക്രമത്തിൽ)06336, കൊല്ലം–നിലമ്പൂർ റോഡ്, 5 06325, നിലമ്പൂർ‌ റോഡ്–കോട്ടയം, 5 06304, തിരുവനന്തപുരം–എറണാകുളം, 4 06303, എറണാകുളം–തിരുവനന്തപുരം, 4 06302, തിരുവനന്തപുരം–ഷൊർണൂർ, 6 06301, ഷൊർണൂർ–തിരുവനന്തപുരം, 6 06308, കണ്ണൂർ–ആലപ്പുഴ, 6 06307, ആലപ്പുഴ–കണ്ണൂർ, 6 02628, തിരുവനന്തപുരം– തിരുച്ചിറപ്പള്ളി സൂപ്പർഫാസ്റ്റ്, 4 06850, രാമേശ്വരം–തിരുച്ചിറപ്പള്ളി, 4 06849, തിരുച്ചിറപ്പള്ളി–രാമേശ്വരം, 4 06305, എറണാകുളം–കണ്ണൂർ, 6 06306, കണ്ണൂർ–എറണാകുളം, 6 06089, ഡോ. എംജിആർ ചെന്നൈ സെൻട്രൽ– ജോലാർപേട്ട, 6 06090, ജോലാർപേട്ട– ഡോ. എംജിആർ ചെന്നൈ സെൻട്രൽ, 6 06844, പാലക്കാട് ടൗൺ–തിരുച്ചിറപ്പള്ളി, 6 06843, തിരുച്ചറപ്പള്ളി– പാലക്കാട് ടൗൺ, 6 06607, കണ്ണൂർ– കോയമ്പത്തൂർ, 4 06608, കോയമ്പത്തൂർ–കണ്ണൂർ, 4 06342, തിരുവനന്തപുരം–ഗുരുവായൂർ, 4 06341, ഗുരുവായൂർ–തിരുവനന്തപുരം, 4 06366, നാഗർകോവിൽ–കോട്ടയം, 5English Summary: Restoration of general second class unreserved coaches in reserved trains    Tags: Trains Southern Railway
Oct 04 2019 (14:56) ये हैं भारत के 10 सबसे गंदे रेलवे स्टेशन, रैंकिंग जानकर होंगे हैरान (www.amarujala.com)
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Oct 04 2019 (14:57)
Station Tag: Khurja Junction/KRJ added by siddharthrma~/720659

Oct 04 2019 (14:57)
Station Tag: Araria Court/ARQ added by siddharthrma~/720659

Oct 04 2019 (14:57)
Station Tag: Palavanthangal/PZA added by siddharthrma~/720659

Oct 04 2019 (14:57)
Station Tag: Ottappalam/OTP added by siddharthrma~/720659

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केंद्र की नरेंद्र मोदी सरकार कईं सालों से  स्वच्छता अभियान पर जोर देती आई है। विकास के साथ-साथ सफाई अभियान पर सरकार का जोर रहा है। सरकारी स्थानों को स्वच्छ रखने के लिए भी सरकार ने कईं कदम उठाए हैं। ये तो सभी जानते हैं कि स्वच्छता के मामले में राजस्थान के तीन स्टेशनों जयपुर, जोधपुर और दुर्गापुर को शीर्ष स्थान मिला है। लेकिन क्या आपको पता है कि भारत के कुल 720 रेलवे स्टेशनों में से 10 सबसे गंदे स्टेशन कौन से हैं और किस राज्य के सबसे ज्यादा स्टेशन गंदे हैं? 
ये है भारत का सबसे गंदा
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स्टेशन भारतीय रेलवे के रेल स्वच्छ पोर्टल के अनुसार, तमिलनाडु का पेरुनगलाथुर ( Perungalathur ) रेलवे स्टेशन भारत का सबसे गंदा रेलवे स्टेशन है। बता दें कि भारत के 10 सबसे गंदे रेलवे स्टेशनों में से छह रेलवे स्टेशन तमिलनाडु के ही हैं। 
दूसरे स्थान पर तमिलनाडु का गिण्डि रेलवे स्टेशन ( Guindy ) है, जिसकी जोनल रैंकिंग 71 है। 
दिल्ली का सदर बाजार ( Sadar Bazar ) रेलवे स्टेशन स्वच्छता के मामले में भारत के 720 रेलवे स्टेशन में से 718वें स्थान पर आता है। इसकी जोनल रैंकिंग 83 है।
सदर बाजार रेलवे स्टेशन से एक स्थान पहले यानि भारत का चौथा सबसे गंदा स्टेशन तमिलनाडु का वेलाचेरी ( Velacheri ) रेलवे स्टेशन है, जिसकी जोनल रैंकिंग 70 है। 
इस सूची में 717वें स्थान पर भी तमिलनाडु का ही स्टेशन है। गुडुवनचेरी ( Guduvancheri ) रेलवे स्टेशन देश के 10 सबसे गंदे रेलवे स्टेशनों में शुमार है। इसकी जोनल रैंकिंग 69 है। 
गुडुवनचेरी के बाद तमिलनाडु का सिंगापेरुमलकोइल ( Singaperumalkoil ) रेलवे स्टेशन 716वें स्तान पर है। इसकी जोनल रैंकिंग 68 है।
केरल का ओट्टप्पालम ( Ottappalam ) रेलवे स्टेशन देश के 10 सबसे गंदे रेलवे स्टेशनों में से एक है, जिसकी जोनल रैंकिंग 67 है। 
तमिलनाडु का पझावन्थंगल ( Pazhavanthangal ) रेलवे स्टेशन, जिसकी जोनल रैंकिंग 66 है, भी शीर्श 10 सबसे गंदे स्टेशन में शामिल है। 
बिहार का अररिया कोर्ट ( Araria Court ) रेलवे स्टेशन देश के 720 स्टेशनों में से 712वें स्थान पर है। इसकी जोनल रैंकिंग 26 है। 
वहीं उत्तर प्रदेश का खुर्जा ( Khurja ) रेलवे स्टेशन भी इस सूची में शामिल है। यह देश का 10वां सबसे गंदा स्टेशन है। खुर्जा स्टेशन की जोनल रैंकिंग 29 है।
Sep 02 2017 (12:54) ‘Create link road from Pazhavanthangal subway’ (www.thehindu.com)
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Sep 02 2017 (12:55)
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For the past 15 years, residents of Nanganallur and Pazhavanthagal have been battling for the creation of a link road between Pazhavanthangal subway and Nanganallur Fifth Main Road. Several representations to the Greater Chennai Corporation, Kancheepuram district Collectorate and the CM’s Cell have gone in vain.
V. Rama Rao, secretary, People’s Welfare Association, Nanganallur Chapter, who is fighting for the cause, says, “If a link road is created, it will ease traffic bottlenecks at the intersection of the subway and at Vembuli Amman Koil Street, Pazhavanthangal, during rush hour.”
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railway level-crossing in the place of the subway. Rama Rao, also a project director at Traffic and Transportation Forum, said, “The subway was constructed to ease rush hour traffic.
However, Southern Railway and State Highways Department constructed it without a proper design plan. The exit point of the subway should be straight, without any curves.
As there is a bend in the subway, the intersection is prone to accidents and several motorists have escaped with minor injuries.”
Even the Metropolitan Transport Corporation bus drivers complain that they find it difficult to turn at the end of the subway. There were occasions in which commuters have fallen from the buses while travelling on the footboard.
Moreover, the one-way traffic system at the intersection of Vembuli Amman Koil Street and Pazhavanthangal subway intensifies the problem.
Motorists from Grand Southern Trunk Road have to take a detour of nearly 2 km to reach Nanganallur Fifth Main Road.
If the link road is created, they can go straight from the subway.
For the purpose of land acquisition, the Greater Chennai Corporation has taken up the issue with the Kancheepuram district Collectorate. However, the land acquistition is pending with the Special Tahsildar, Kancheepuram.
Rama Rao said that more than 15 properties had to be acquired for the implementation of the project.
Apr 14 2017 (21:48) Train commuters want Tasmac outlet shifted (www.thehindu.com)
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It is located opposite the Pazhavanthangal railway station
Train commuters have been complaining about unruly behaviour of visitors to a Tasmac outlet opposite Pazhavanthangal Railway Station, on Railway Station Road, but no action seems to have been taken.In the evening, this outlet receives a huge patronage. According to train commuters, customers at the outlet park their vehicles haphazardly on both sides of Railway Station Road, which is already narrow.
“Many of the visitors to the outlet consume liquor in the open. A vast section of the busy stretch, which connects to Thillai Ganga
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Nagar, is taken over by haphazardly parked vehicles, leading to disruption in traffic movement. In the evening hours, vehicular traffic often comes to a standstill,” V. Rama Rao, a resident, said.
After consuming liquor, the customers smoke on the road, which is to the discomfort of many commuters and pedestrians. A section of the tipplers smoke on the walkway of the foot-over bridge connecting M. G. R. Nagar Road, Pazhavanthangal – Meenambakkam, and Durairaj Street, Pazhavanthangal.
Some tipplers sleeping on the staircase and walkway of the foot-over bridge after consuming alcohol in excess.
“For this reason, I do not use the FOB. I go through the Pazhavanthangal pedestrian-vehicular subway,” V. Venkatasubramanian, a senior citizen, said.
On Bharathiyar Lane, off Railway Station Road, tipplers relieve themselves, and consume liquor in the open. Some of them make fun of commuters.“We have complained to the police about this nuisance and have it’sover a decade since we started asking for the outlet to be shifted out. The shop causes great inconvenience to members of the public. No action has been taken so far,” said a few residents, on conditions of anonymity.
A senior police official said, “At periodic intervals, a beat policeman from the S9 Pazhavanthangal Police Station patrols the area around the outlet, and arrest tipplers, who consume liquor in theopen.”
“ We have complained to the Police, and the authorities concerned about the nuisance created by tipplers after sunset, and shifting the outlet for more than a decade. The shop is an inconvenience to the members of the public. No action has been taken till date,” residents, on conditions of anonymity, said.
A senior police official said, “ At periodic intervals, a beat policeman from S9 Pazhavanthangal Police Station, patrols near the outlet, and arrest tipplers, who consume liquor in the open and prove to be a nuisance to others.”
Jan 03 2017 (12:45) Two fall to death from moving train (www.thehindu.com)
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A woman and her daughter died after they fell trying to get down from a moving train at the Pazhavanthangal railway station on Monday.
M. Chandra (55), a resident of Otteri, was taking her daughter Ambika (32), a resident of Moovarasampet, Madipakkam, to a doctor in Otteri.
According to sources, they were sitting on a cement platform with three bags to board an electric multiple unit (EMU) bound to Beach station. When the train arrived, they quickly boarded it. However, when it started moving, they realised that they had left behind their bags.
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When Chandra tried to get down from the running train, she fell on the platform and was injured on the back of her head. She died on the spot. On seeing her mother fall, Ambika panicked and jumped on to the platform. However, she too fell down and sustained serious injuries. The train stopped immediately and the railway staff and other passengers came to their assistance.
Ambika, who was battling for life, was sent to Government Royapettah Hospital on an 108 ambulance. Doctors over there referred her to Rajiv Gandhi Government Hospital where she was declared brought dead. The bodies were sent for post-mortem.
K. Saravanakumaran, Inspector of Government Railway Police, Egmore, said: “Passengers must know that they can alight at the next station and travel back. Jumping off a running train should be avoided.”
According to statistics available with the Government Railway Police, there were 387 cases under the Criminal Procedure Code 174 (Unnatural deaths) booked in Egmore Subdivision until November 30. As many as 338 men and 51 women were killed during the period on the stretch. Of the casualties, 95 men and 14 women are yet to be identified.
After boarding the train, they realised they had forgotten the luggage and got down from the train
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